MMJ 95 LLC: Clementine - Loose

$3.51per 1/2 g
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Total THC22.3%
clementine
FlowerCitrusClementineEuphoricFocusedHappyLemonOrangeSativa

A cross between Tangie and Lemon Skunk, Clementine is a sativa-dominant strain produced by Crockett Family Farms, a family-run cannabis genetics company based in the Central Coast of California. The breeder’s Clementine Live Resin won first place for best sativa concentrate at the 2015 High Times Cannabis Cup in Michigan.


True to its name, Clementine is reported to have a sweet and citrusy aroma and THC levels that generally range between 20% and 25%, according to Crockett Family Farms. After measuring a variety of Clementine, the cannabis testing laboratory Analytical 360 found that the sample had THC levels that reached 27%, as well as a terpene profile dominated by terpinolene, which has a woodsy aroma with citrus and floral undertones, and caryophyllene, a terpene known for its herbal spiciness.

A cross between Tangie and Lemon Skunk, Clementine is a sativa-dominant strain produced by Crockett Family Farms, a family-run cannabis genetics company based in the Central Coast of California. The breeder’s Clementine Live Resin won first place for best sativa concentrate at the 2015 High Times Cannabis Cup in Michigan.


True to its name, Clementine is reported to have a sweet and citrusy aroma and THC levels that generally range between 20% and 25%, according to Crockett Family Farms. After measuring a variety of Clementine, the cannabis testing laboratory Analytical 360 found that the sample had THC levels that reached 27%, as well as a terpene profile dominated by terpinolene, which has a woodsy aroma with citrus and floral undertones, and caryophyllene, a terpene known for its herbal spiciness.

  • Euphoric

  • Happy

  • Focused

  • Citrus

  • Lemon

  • Orange

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